with Frank Bough and Selina Scott including reports from the Conservative Party Conference which opens this morning.
Titch's Pitch: gardening tips and advice in your regular phone-in to Alan Titchmarsh. Glynn Christian is back, and Selina Scott continues her tour of the Western Isles. For timetable see Monday
A series about sailing ships that have survived.
4: Thames Sailing Barges
Once there were more than 4,000 Thames sailing barges around the east coast of England. Those days are long past, but some of the barges survive and regularly sail.
Each year they race in barge matches, some still crewed by old bargemen who have many a tale to tell.
Narrator Tom Salmon
Director YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN Producer BRIAN HAWKINS
Live coverage of the opening of the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton. Reporting team Sir Robin Day and Donald MacCormick
Further coverage from Brighton
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale including a special report on the Conservative Party Conference at Brighton. Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News (London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Michel Syrett reviews youth training schemes.
A See-Saw programme Seashore
Look out for grabbing crabs when you put your left arm in - down at the seaside today! With CAROL CHELL , DON SPENCER Musical director RICHARD BROWN Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Script associate ROBIN HALDANE Designer MICHAEL TREVOR Directed and produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
1: Spring Term
Ebnngton is a village on the northern tip of the Cotswolds. Its village school has been saved from closure by a unique experiment. It has been 'federated' with another primary school in the nearby town of Chipping Campden and now shares the staff and facilities of the bigger school. For a year a television crew filmed the staff and pupils at work. This is the first of their three reports.
Film cameraman JIM KNIGHTS Producer MICHAEL FITZGERALD
(Programme 2 tomorrow at 2.0 pm)
Further coverage from Brighton
3.48 Regional News
Presenter Wayne Jackman Guest Elizabeth Watts
Story: How They Lived at Littlecote by ROBIN HALDANE Photographs by BARRY BOXALL Musical director PETER GOSLING Percussion PETER HOWLAND Film editor PAUL GARRICK
Scriptwriter ROBIN HALDANE Producer BARBARA RODDAM Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Howard Stableford referees another ding dong game between teacher and pupil to win today the star prize and a chance to take part in the semi-final.
by Bob Block
The Meakers' cellar is occupied by a fire-breathing dragon.
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Hazel the McWitch:
Bernie St John:
Dobbin, the pantomime
The classic space adventure series chronicling the exploits of the USS Enterprise. Starring
The Galileo Seven
Trapped in a stranded shuttlecraft on Taurus 11, Spock and his party find themselves under attack by the planet's colossal inhabitants. Orbiting above them the crippled Enterprise is powerless to help.... Written byOLIVER CRAWFORD and S. BAR-DAVID Directed by ROBERT GIST
Captain James T Kirk:
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell including a special report by David Coss from the Conservative Party Conference
London Plus, South Today
North West Tonight, Look East Look North, Spotlight
Midlands Today, Points West
with Mike Read and tonight's teams for the last in the current series.
Phil Collins -leader of Genesis and solo star;
Elvis Costello-the 'Only name in town' with great Attractions;
Huey Lewis - the biggest new US act of 1984 v
Midge Ure - Ultravox main man;
Nick Lowe - ex-Brinsley
Schwarz, Rockpile and now with a Cowboy Outfit;
John Martyn - legendary singer/songwriter and guitarist soon to release his new album. From the vaults some never-before-seen otis REDDING and WALKER BROTHERS.
Assistant producer JOHN WOOLER Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JON PLOWMAN
(Two weeks ago, a picture of Ian Gillan in Pop Quiz was mistakenly captioned with the name of the photographer Adrian Boot - sorry!)
starring Lenny Henry Including tonight Paul Gambaccini with a comprehensive history of pop music, tracing it from the punk rock of the early 40s, right up to the skiffle boom of today. Plus The Zoot
Brothers - episode one of a new weekly adventure in this, the last show of the series. Tune in next week and see something else. with Paul Gambaccini , Nigel Planer Debby Bishop and Ronnie Golden , Bernard Spear featuring Carol Kenyon Written by LENNY HENRY IAN BROWN , KIM FULLER
JAMES HENDRIE , DAVID HANSEN and PAUL OWEN , and TONY SARCHET BOB SINFIELD , ANDREA SOLOMONS Script associate km FULLER Music PETER BREWIS
Videotape editor MYKOLA PAWLUK Lighting FRED WRIGHT Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
by H. G. WELLS. The last of six episodes dramatised by JAMES ANDREW HALL
The Hunting of The Invisible Man
Realising that suffering has driven Griffin mad, Kemp has sent a message to the police. Now he awaits their arrival, as the insanely suspicious
Griffin goes on with his story....
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Visual effects designer JOHN BRACE Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer DON GILES
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director BRIAN LIGHTHlLL
The Invisible Man:
Dr Samuel Kemp:
by CARLA LANE starring Wendy Craig , Geoffrey Palmer and Bruce Montague with Angela Browne
Directed by MANDIE FLETCHER Produced bySYDNEY LOTTERBY *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Julia Somerville including a report from the Conservative Party Conference Weatherman
Eight stories about the Special Operations Executive
Narrated by Michael Bryant On 26 November 1942, the mountains of central Greece echoed with an explosion. The railway viaduct across the Gorgopotamos River lay in ruins. SOE had struck their first blow in the occupied Balkans.
Greek resistance fighters had joined the British-led saboteurs in the assault.
They came from two guerrilla groups-ELAS and EDES. ELAS was Communist-backed; EDES was not. From then on, SOE became more and more enmeshed in the web of Greek politics. Now, 40 years later,
SOE's men return to Greece to report on how they cut
Rommel's supply line, how they tricked the Germans - and how they had to struggle with Churchill's Foreign Office. Film cameraman EUGENE CARR
Film editor CHRISTOPHER WOOLLEY Series producer DOMINIC FLESSATI Written and produced by CHRISTOPHER RILEY
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by ALEX SHEARER
A Sporting Chance
Brian decides to join the various sporting activities at the university - rugby, rowing and pot-holing.
Steve and Sonia join him enthusiastically on their first trip down the pot-holes. starring and Designer DIANE MENAUL
Producer ROGER RACE
Most people accept their sex without question, but a few do not. Claire talks to three people who have found their identities by crossing the boundaries between male and female: Michael who dresses as Yvonne; Mark who was born a girl; and Rachael who is the father of four children. Film editor ROBERT MERCHANT Producer BERNARD ADAMS Director JOHN BROOKE
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In Arabic, Aswad means black. This concert, recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, features the UK-based reggae band playing many of their greatest hits. Introduced by Anne Nightingale
Television presentation TOM CORCORAN